Photography Holidays in Wiltshire
With big skies, iconic landmarks and changing seasons, a photography holiday to Wiltshire will give you ample subject matters.
Why book a photography holiday to Wiltshire?
Wiltshire is an enchanting place where you feel close to the earth and the ever-changing big skies. Capture our history, which goes back over 10,000 years. Discover our Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and quintessentially English villages with thatched cottages and twisty lanes.
Wiltshire has a strong connection with the history of photography as the photographic negative was invented by William Henry Fox Talbot at Lacock Abbey. Today, you can visit the Fox Talbot Museum which not only stages regular photography exhibitions but also houses information about the history and development of photography.
What’s more, we are only an hour and a half, or less from London.
Great photo opportunities
From visiting Stonehenge at dawn or dusk through to seeing some of our unique flora and fauna there are some great photo opportunities to be had on a Wiltshire photography holiday. Here are some of our top photo opportunities:
- Plan a visit to Langford Lakes Nature Reserve and watch capture the timeless nature of the migrating birds
- Visit Avebury Stone Circle at dawn or dusk
- Head to one our bustling markets for some great foodie shots
- Watch the colourful barges head up Caen Hill on the Kennet & Avon Canal
- Witness the changing colours at Stourhead gardens
Check out our top views page too for some great vistas of the county.
Photography workshops and courses
Sally Edwards Photography offers photography workshops, courses and 1-2-1 training in locations around Wiltshire plus look out for photography workshops regularly held at Forest Falconry in Landford or the Hawk Conservancy Trust.
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